Zero Procure launched to support suppliers and save costs

06 October 2020 by
Zero Procure launched to support suppliers and save costs

Zero Procure is a solution that aims to simplify the procurement process at zero cost for customers.

Founded by industry services expert John Stevenson (pictured right), luxury hospitality purchasing and procurement specialist Clive Sheppard (pictured centre), and director and strategic and operational leader Lucy Flinter (pictured left), Zero Procure is a zero-cost sourcing solution that does not require customers to have a contract and, through their UK-wide network, offers a high-yielding, low-cost sales tool for suppliers.

Stevenson commented: "Born during the pandemic and here to stay, we pride ourselves in supporting operators and suppliers to work together to benefit from efficiencies and above all save money.

"In many cases we won't require customers to change their buying habits – they will just enjoy lower costs, a simplified purchasing process with zero cost, zero contract and zero risk."

"As well as making procurement effortless, we are driven by the desire to give back to our industry and we look forward in the near future to announcing further initiatives, including the Foundation Zero charitable trust and our thought leadership platform, Zero Connect."

In addition to benefiting companies that are already trading, Zero Procure will offer a comprehensive procurement service for business launches and rebranding initiatives, covering marketing, equipment, produce and staffing.

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